The various Clyde's locations around the D.C. area are dependable stand-bys for variety and quality of their menus, decor and service, but this location is unique in the chain, and well worth a little extra driving distance for us. The restaurant consists of four 18th- and 19th-century farm buildings disassembled in Vermont and elsewhere, and later relocated here, then integrated into one sprawling, comfortable, complex. Combined with farm- and horse-themed decor, multiple fireplaces, and tasteful furnishings, the restaurant is full of character and charm. The food is varied and always good. I have tried a wider variety of menu items at their other locations, because, admittedly, most of my visits to Willow Creek Farm have been with kids and family for their great burgers (and in particular, their unbeatable Saturday afternoon half-price burger deal). This weekend's version (the WCF burger) consisted of grass-fed beef topped with grilled corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and thousand island dressing, in a sesame-seed bun-- cooked just as requested, and most satisfying! The service here shines-- kid-friendly, too. (And I even heard two friends both comment on how nice the roomy restrooms were-- so Clyde's pleases on all fronts.) In nice weather, we have enjoyed dining on their spacious patio. Four and a half stars!
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